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FREYA services support FAIR data - Simon Lambert

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FREYA services support FAIR data presented by Simon Lambert during the OpenAIRE workshop Services to support FAIR data, Vienna: https://www.openaire.eu/openaire-workshop-making-services-fair-vienna-april-24th-2019

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FREYA services support FAIR data - Simon Lambert

  1. 1. Services to support FAIR data Vienna, 24 January 2019 Simon Lambert UKRI-STFC FREYA Project Coordinator
  2. 2. FREYA = infrastructure for persistent identifiers • Improved discovery and access of research data • Develop new types of PIDs • Demonstrate disciplinary PID systems • Integration with EOSC Take a look at www.pidforum.org !
  3. 3. Here a few persistent identifiers … 10.1016/j.cell.2019.02.028 10.5286/ISIS.E.24089792 0000-0001-5633-2459 9783642168086
  4. 4. With a little more context …
  5. 5. Where are the services? • At minimum: issue PIDs and resolve them (and keep on doing that in the future) • What more can PIDs offer? • What kind of services are we talking about? • “Technical” services (through API or user interface) vs. “human” services (e.g. training) • Attributes of a service: • Something definite • … expected to be sustained • … of value to external parties • … made available to them in a definite way
  6. 6. What can services relate to? The (digital) object itself Its context (connections to other objects) Its location
  7. 7. Where are the PID services in FAIR?
  8. 8. Where are the PID services in FAIR?
  9. 9. Whataretheservices inFREYA? PID basic services PID linking services PID community services • Issue PIDs • Resolve PIDs • Create links between PIDs • Traverse PID graph • Create meaningful objects • Workflows, metrics, CRIS PID types (concept/design) Nodes of PID Graph PID Graph built on built on
  10. 10. Some user stories Bases for building PID graphs to satisfy needs
  11. 11. Some user stories
  12. 12. Services “within” PID infrastructure • Example: DOI metadata provenance • Available through API endpoint
  13. 13. Services “on top of” PID infrastructure (= “PID superstructure”?) Example of extended PID graph

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